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Aimpoint's Smallest Tactical Sight

Aimpoint's Smallest Tactical Sight

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In response to the need for smaller and lighter tactical sights, Aimpoint proudly introduced earlier this year the new Aimpoint Micro T-1 electronic red-dot sight. Built to offer the same battle-proven ruggedness as larger Aimpoint sights, the Micro T-1 sight is able to perform under extreme conditions while adding negligible weight to your weapon.

This new compact sight is suitable for use on rifles, carbines, shotguns, submachineguns and handguns. The Aimpoint Micro T-1 sight is ideal as a stand-alone sight, and can also be piggybacked on top of larger magnifying scopes, night vision, or thermal imaging optics.

The Micro T-1 weighs in at only 105 g. (3.7 oz.), and comes complete with a patent-pending integral Picatinny mount that is keyed into the sight body to absorb recoil. The Aimpoint Micro T-1 is a 1X (non magnifying) parallax-free optic that features a 4 minutes of angle (MOA) red dot for fast target acquisition. No tools are required to zero the sight, as the top of the caps covering the windage and elevation screws fit directly into holes on the adjustment screws to make the adjustment.

The Micro T-1 sight is waterproof to 25 meters (80 feet) and tough enough to stand up to the worst field conditions. Optimized for use with all generations of night vision devices, the Aimpoint Micro T-1 sight features a manual adjustment switch with 6 night vision compatible settings and 7 daylight settings (including one extra bright setting for use in desert sunlight or with laser protection filters).

Aimpoint s state-of-the-art ACET diode technology allows the Micro T-1 sight to operate continuously for over 5 years on a single CR-2032 battery. The Aimpoint Micro T-1 is a very exciting tactical optic not just because of its small size, but also due to its extreme versatility said Aimpoint President Lennart Ljungfelt.

Not only is the Micro T-1 a full-featured stand-alone combat optic, it can also be mounted on top of other magnifying optics, giving the operator dual capabilities to engage targets in a CQB situation as well as at longer ranges. Now, everyone can have the speed advantage of a red dot sight, no matter what type of weapon or primary optic they are carrying.